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Benjamin Bulldog PCP Bullpup

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Benjamin Bulldog PCP Bullpup

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Benjamin Bulldog .357, shrouded: Big bite, little bark!

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Caliber.357 /9mm
Max Velocity910 fpsMeasured with 81 gr. ammo
Muzzle Energy200 ft/lbsMeasured with 170 gr. ammo
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack
  • Bullpup design 
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • 5 rd auto-indexing rotary clip in .357
  • 3 rd gravity fed tray in .457
  • Sidelever
  • Barrel Length: 28.00" in .357/ 28.5” in .457
  • SoundTrap baffle-less trapezoid-shaped sound suppression 
  • .457 version includes M18 threads 
  • 26" long Picatinny optics rail
  • 5.50" long Picatinny accessory rail (.357 version only)
  • 2-stage non-adjustable trigger (stage 1=2 lbs., stage 2=3 lbs.)
  • Manual safety
  • Overall Length: 36” in .357/ 36.3” in .457
  • Ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • 3000 psi max fill pressure
  • Cylinder size: 340cc in .357/ 440cc in .457
  • Shots per fill: 10 in .357/ 3 in .457
  • Weight: 7.70 lbs. in .357/ 8.75 lbs. in .457
  • Reversible bolt -- switch from right to left side (with our special service)
  • Foster male quick-disconnect fill fitting


When you look for optical accessories, the Bulldog's manual states this: "Use of 37mm tall (Absolute Co-Witness) rings, widely used with the AR platform, are recommended." You may also use other sighting systems suited for AR platforms.



If you've always wanted a bullpup airgun, this is the one you should get! The Benjamin Bulldog is shrouded. That means this pup has a big bite and a small bark!

Not only is it a repeater, but it's built with accessorizing in mind. You can put a flashlight, scope, bubble level and/or laser on your rifle and be ready for any situation that arises from dawn til dusk. In fact, any optical accessory made for the AR platform can be easily added to your Benjamin Bulldog.

Offered in both .357 and .457 calibers, the Bulldog offers multi-shot capability with easy follow up shots coming by way of a side lever action. If you're left-handed, don't forget to order our service to switch the side lever to the other side of the gun. Producing around 200 FPE in .357 and up to 450 FPE in .457, the Bulldog can take medium and large game ethically and effectively. 

Our tech department did some velocity testing, and here's what they found using an .35 caliber, 81-grain JSB pellet. The reservoir was filled to 3,000 psi for this shot string. The ending pressure was 1,900 psi:

Shot 1: 897
Shot 2: 908
Shot 3: 903
Shot 4: 892
Shot 5: 882
Shot 6: 876
Shot 7: 864
Shot 8: 848
Shot 9: 833
Shot 10: 817

Using the .457 Bulldog with the Benjamin 279 grain flat nose slugs, from a 3000 PSI fill. Approximately 2200 PSI remaining after 3 shots:

Shot 1: 769 
Shot 2: 747 
Shot 3: 719 
 

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BJ-BPBD3S [PY-3592-6921]
Benjamin Bulldog .357, shrouded: Big bite, little bark!

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Benjamin Bulldog Price

$899.99

Caliber.357 /9mm
Max Velocity910 fpsMeasured with 81 gr. ammo
Muzzle Energy200 ft/lbsMeasured with 170 gr. ammo
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

Benjamin Bulldog Specs

Max Velocity910 fpsMeasured with 81 gr. ammo
Overall Length36.0"
ButtplateRubber
FunctionRepeater
Weight7.7 lbs
Trigger Pull3.0 lbs
ScopeableWeaver/Picatinny
SafetyManual
Suggested forHunting
Caliber.357 /9mm
Muzzle Energy200 ft/lbsMeasured with 170 gr. ammo
Loudness4-Medium-High
Shot Capacity5
BarrelRifled
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
TriggerTwo-stage non-adjustable
ActionSidelever
PowerplantPre-charged pneumatic
Max Shots per Fill10
Body TypeBullpup
Fixed/adj. powerFixed
ShroudedYes

Benjamin Bulldog Reviews

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Things I liked:

everything was good

Things I would have changed:

nothing

What others should know:

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Things I liked:

This rifle turned out to be a lot more flexible for shooting a variety of targets and bullets than the advertising indicated. I use pressures of 2200-2500 psi for shooting on a 50 yard range in my backyard. Group size varied from .5 to 2 inches depending upon bullet type and pressure. I altered my magazine with two small notches so round balls could also be shot. 300 grain soft cast 45-70 bullets sized to .457 and lee liquid lubed were shot and compared to round balls at 50 yards. Both shot fine for small game an plinking applications. 10 shots with each type of bullet were taken, with the initial pressure being 2300 psi and the final pressure being about a 1000 psi. The slugs used an average of 120 psi per shot, the round balls used an average of 155 psi per shot. Its odd the slugs used less air, usually its the other way around. The slugs were accurate over the entire 10 shot string - assuming you've learned to compensate for the changing pressure as you shoot. The round balls

Things I would have changed:

were particularly accurate in the 1800 psi range. It is a much better rifle than the advertising indicates. CONS- The rifle shape can be a little slippery to handle. The fill cover needs to be replaced, it's too hard to use as is. Its shape is unconventional, but a forward mounted pistol scope or folding ar-15 sights work just fine. I really like the fact that it is economical with it's air consumption.

What others should know:

With a 3000 psi fill, the rifle will be more than adequate for most American game , big and small, at any reasonble range. The gun is little awkward, but it's performance more than makes up for it!

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Things I liked:

This is the Airgun to buy. I have two! One is set up with a Pulsar thermal scope, the other is equipped with a Leupold 3-9x40. The Bulldog is a great 100 yard gun. Perfect for coyotes at that distance. For deer I would limit distance to 75 yards. Wide selection of projectiles are available for 357. Because it operates at 3000 psi, it is hand pump friendly. With a standard hand pump, each shot cost you about 30 pumps. So if you fire all ten shots (magazine holds five) you will need 300 pumps to refill. For comparison, the Airforce Texan requires about 60 pumps per shot to refill. (Again, this is my experience) Mr. Hollowpoint makes the best bullets I have tested. His 140 grain hollowpoint is accurate to 100 yards and has a flat trajectory. It is a little loud, but noise reduction is provided by adding a device from DonnyFL. His Airgun suppression is Hollywood quiet. Without a suppressor, the gun sounds like a high power rifle. Bulldog is a solid platform.

Things I would have changed:

I would like for the safety to have a little more resistance. Although it has never happened, I could foresee the safety working to the FIRE position if the rifle is handled roughly. Otherwise, I am 100 percent happy with the Bulldog. It is a great gun for a shooter that wants to buy a gun and start shooting. There is no adjustments to the hammer spring, valve, etc. Any tuning you wish to do must be done with ammunition selection of weights and bullet types. Again, Mr. Hollowpoint makes the best I have tried. Great expansion.

What others should know:

Once loaded, the Bulldog can not be Unloaded. (An Airforce Texan can be) You must discharge the loaded round and then remove the magazine to render the gun SAFE. Even then the action is re armed because the cocking lever has been actuated. I prefer to: open bolt and remove magazine, close bolt (gun is still loaded) fire the loaded round in safe direction. Leave bolt closed. Put gun on SAFE. This leaves the gun unloaded and the hammer spring decocked. Benjamin includes a nice ramrod for unloading, but I find my method safer. Treat this Airgun with the same rules and respect as a high powered rifle. It is lethal to anything you shoot.

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  • Philip from USA asked:

    Sorry for my ignorance.... looking at the Bullpup for my first air rifle. Will this shoot 9mm/.357 ball ammo or just bullet shaped projectiles ? Thanks in advance.

    • baker from USA asked:

      when is Benjamin/Crosman gonna make a big bore air gun that isnt so darn forsaken ugly? its hard to buy and support american business when they are so far behind on market trends, the same ugly gun with nothing new for this long is a shame. forced to buy another Hatsan.

      • baker from USA answered:

        Hey Benjamin most of us are not interested in a gun that looks like a 2x4

    • Michael from USA asked:

      Will someone please recommend a DONNYFL suppressor for this gun. Thank you.

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